An eye cold , also called a "cold in the eye" or "pink eye",doctors refer to this conjunctivitis. Often caused by viruses, the virus may disappear on its own after a day or so. It seems not to be serious , but most viruses that can lead to eye colds are highly contagious and can be transmitted through direct contact, sharing towels and toiletries, or drinking from the same glass as an infected person. Children are at the highest risk of developing eye colds because their immune systems are not as well equipped to combat viruses. Most time you can use an eye drop or an ointment , or consider applying a warm compress to the infected eye, But I think talking to a pharmacist may be the best way.
Are you sure you baby have cold in the eyes? Is there any redness, itching, and tearing in her eyes? Cold in the eye is called 'eye cold', it is an eye disease, and it's not a serious one. Don't worry about it. The condition is also known as viral conjunctivitis and pink eye, and it is commonly accompanied by respiratory and sinus problems. But this disease can spread, so you have to wash you hand often and avoid close contact with others. Wish you well soon!